On 6 October 2018 the Youth Day of REW Chooses the #BrighterTogether Festival Symbol and the Best Flash Mob in Support of Energy Conservation
The Federal Organizing Committee of the All-Russian Festival #BrighterTogether invites all to participate in contests for the festival symbol and the best flash mob in support of energy friendliness and promotion of energy-efficient technologies.
Please, forward your applications from 1 August to 15 September 2018 to the following email addresses: and respectively.
The Organizing Committee is looking forward to hear from the creative participants from all regions of the country and awaits original ideas! The chosen symbol will be used on the merchandise of the Festival 2019, and the best flash mobs will be nominated by the Federal Organizing Committee of #BrighterTogether for distribution to the regions of Russia.
The #BrighterTogether Youth Day of the International Russian Energy Week Forum will host finals of the contests on 6 October 2018 in Moscow in the format of an open public discussion. The best bids will be chosen with the participation of the student community, young industry specialists, public associations and scientific organizations.
Winners and finalists will receive honorary diplomas and trophies.
For more information on the terms of participation and the application form go to the Festival's website , ‘Contests’ tab.
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